In Germany, a scandal broke out over the supply of masks
The lawsuit against the head of the Ministry of Health of Germany Jens Spahn was filed in the court of Bonn, the plaintiff demands to reimburse 5.5 million for the disrupted supply of 1 million masks of the FFP2 standard. This was reported on Saturday by the newspaper Bild, citing unnamed sources.
According to the publication, Walter Kohl, the son of ex-Chancellor Helmut Kohl (who held the post in 1982-1998), appealed to the court. He claims that his company in the spring of last year became one of the winners of the tender for the supply of masks to the Ministry of Health, but after delivery, the product was not accepted, as it allegedly did not meet the criteria. The established payment deadlines were not met.
The article does not indicate whether the masks were returned to the supplier company. The Ministry of Health said that вЂњthey do not comment on the current court proceedings.вЂќ
TAGS: GERMANY, SCANDAL, MASK